1. Workshop: Building Emotional Intelligence

    HRS, Organizational Health and Effectiveness invites you to attend the half-day workshop "Building Emotional Intelligence". This workshop will review some important strategies to help develop emotional intelligence and provide participants with a deeper understanding of emotional intelligence models.

    To learn more about the workshop and to register, please visit The Learning Shop.

  2. Retirement Planning Workshop

    How to Prepare Emotionally and Financially for Retirement
    Wednesday, October 18, 2017  8:30am - 4:30pm
    Glacier Room, Lister Conference Centre
    Presenters: Kristine Aanderson and Ron Graham, Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)

    This workshop is intended for faculty and staff, and their partners, who are contemplating retirement within the next five to ten years. Seating is limited - register now at the Learning Shop. To register your partner, please email org.health@ualberta.ca

  3. The Impact of Sleep on Your Health


    Sleep is as important to your health as diet, nutrition and exercise. Regardless of one’s age, the right amount and quality of sleep improves attention, behaviour, memory, and overall mental and physical health. Sleep helps the body maintain and regulate many vital functions, the most important of which are restorative.

    To learn more, please see The Impact of Sleep on Your Health (L'influence du Sommeil sur la Santéprovided by the University's Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) provider, Homewood Health.

  4. September Lunch & Learn Bulletin

    September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. Join us for the Canadian Mental Health Association presentation "Suicide Awareness: Myths and Facts" on September 12th. Also this month, learn how to create a thoughtfully organized Estate Plan and a Unit Action Plan to prepare for emergencies on campus.
    For more information on the September Lunch & Learns, please see the Human Resource Services, OHE September 2017 Lunch & Learn Bulletin and visit The Learning Shop to register.

  5. Life Lines: Understanding Depression

    Life Lines is a publication brought to you by the University’s Employee and Family Assistance Program Provider, Homewood Health. With the aim of “Improving Your Quality of Life – One Step at a Time”, this month’s edition focuses on "Understanding Depression". 
    Read Life Lines September 2017 to learn more. Lignes de Vie Septembre 2017"Comprendre la Dépression".

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